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DWP Benton Park View Newcastle upon Tyne aerial photo

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Aerial photograph of DWP & HMRC Benton Park View Newcastle upon Tyne UK. Benton Park View started out as the offices of the Ministry of Pensions. At the turn of the millennium , all the old buildings, some of them dating back to the 1940s were demolished and a new office park constructed which is owned by Newcastle Estates Partnership and the primary occupiers are Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs ( HMRC ) and the Department for Work and Pensions ( DWP )


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